In most places right now, at LEAST 3-5 years IF they are accepting applications at all.
by Pascal the Gambler - 3 hours ago
A few years like between 5 and 10 depending on the number of others on the waitlist. Being pregnant, having a child does not make you get a voucher any faster than anyone else.
by Flower - 3 hours ago
NONE for you. You must be gainfully employed and working a minimum of 32 hours a week The average wait is 4 yrs.
by ? - 3 hours ago
8 years waiting list in Atlanta,Ga.
by Tracey - 3 hours ago
Not even people that work in the Section 8 office can answer that. There is no set time frame & it is IMPOSSIBLE to estimate. All any one (even their own staff) can give you is a general ball park & that would only be a guess. In general it can take months to years to even get on a waiting list in some areas. FYI: College students typically do not qualify.
by Wildcat - 3 hours ago
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